Milodon oil pans are designed to provide
maximum performance for a specific application. They are
designed for the engine, the car and the use. The engine may
have a stock stroke length or a longer stroke. The car may be
different than the engine that came stock or if it was stock is
there room for headers and chassis components. The use will
determine ground clearance, type of oil pan baffling and oil
Important requirements for performance oil pans include oil control to allow good oil supply,
tray and scraper design to yield maximum power, increased sump capacity to assure an ample
supply of lubricant at lower oil temperatures, plus design considerations
such as required ground and component clearance.
and Strip oil pans require more oil capacity for higher performance
and RPM than when stock yet still need adequate ground clearance.
While doing this they must clear crossmembers, steering, exhaust and
headers and bigger crank and rods.
- Pro Touring oil pans are the buzz word of today. As most engines use stroker cranks now cubic inches are increased. Match that to cars that dropped and are rarely at stock height anymore and you have a problem. A Pro Touring pan will give stock or better ground clearance as well as increased oil capacity and control that a high horsepower engine requires.
- Drag Racing oil pans assure an ample supply of lubricant
under rapid acceleration, while providing maximum power.
Track oil pans are engineered to control oil in hard turns, long straight-aways
and on rough tracks.
- Off-Road oil pans are built to deliver
constant oil pressure whether its high speed across a flat or slow
speed rock crawling on radical terrain.
- Marine oil pans are designed
to provide an ample supply of oil and reduced oil temperatures.